Me, Myself & I (CBS, Mondays 9:30/8:30 Central)

CBS, Mondays 9:30/8:30 Central

Sep 25, 2017 TV Web Exclusive

Alex (Saturday Night Live's Bobby Moynihan) is a newly-divorced, 40-year-old wannabe inventor at rock bottom, sleeping on a mattress in his best friend's garage and only seeing his eight-year-old daughter twice a week; he's also a 14-year-old, the new kid in town in early '90s Los Angeles; he's also the 65-year-old CEO of a major tech corporation. More

The Mist

Spike, Thursdays, June 22 at 10/9 Central

Jun 22, 2017 TV Web Exclusive

Stephen King fans might be wondering how The Mist went from a novella with a single location to a serialized drama/thriller.  More

I’m Dying Up Here

Showtime, Sundays at 10 PM

Jun 09, 2017 TV Web Exclusive

Standup comedy is a solo enterprise, a baring of confession and observation from an individual who has had a chance to process the trickiness of life and parse common threads of truth that people can relate to, and laugh about.  More

The Wizard of Lies

HBO, Saturday, May 20 at 8 PM

May 19, 2017 TV Web Exclusive

The Wizard of Lies opens with a disarmingly candid, calm Bernard Madoff, as he informs his wife and two adult sons that their whole wealth enterprise is a sham.  More

American Gods

Starz, Sundays at 9 PM

Apr 28, 2017 TV Web Exclusive

It's the Old Gods versus New Gods in Starz's latest series. Adapted from Neil Gaiman's 2001 fantasy novel (and also recently introduced in comic book format by Dark Horse Comics), American Gods is a surefire hit-mysterious, bloody, and completely engrossing. More

The Handmaid’s Tale

Hulu, Wednesdays

Apr 26, 2017 TV Web Exclusive

When Margaret Atwood wrote The Handmaid's Tale in the early 1980s, her vision of a potential American dystopia was speculative, perhaps even cautionary. Now, in light of recent political events, it's almost haunting. More

Genius

Tuesdays at 9/8 Central

Apr 25, 2017 TV Web Exclusive

The first two scenes of Genius, National Geographic Network's first scripted series that dramatizes the life of Albert Einstein, depict acts of war and love.  More

Great News

NBC, Tuesdays at 9/8 Central

Apr 24, 2017 TV Web Exclusive

This just in: Great News is awful. More

Apr 21, 2017 TV Web Exclusive

There's nothing like an artsy pee montage to signify the golden age of television. Fargo's third season frequently renders the disgusting, the mundane, or the banal into richly cinematic sequences, to gloriously ironic effect.  More